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THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15. 1913.
If THOUSANDS ARE TO 00 THROUGH THIS CITY i L. F. Booth, jreneral agent of the Union Pacific company, at San Fran I cl6CO, who as in Ojjden esterdav the guest of William Chevers, loca! freight agent. declared yesterday vben Interviewed that Ogden should begin at once to take advantage of the opportunity offered by the million via ltor who will go to San Francisco in 1915. to see the Panama exposition He said that the railroad companies had estimated that 1,000,000 people will visit California that season from east of the Rocky mountains and that those who go by other roads irlC probably return by the T'nion and Southern Pacifies Consequent pointed out that a publicity campaign should be planned as the peop'e will be at Ogden's sate Mr. Boofh went to Salt Lake todiy to attend a meeting of prominent Unl on Pacific passenper and fraflic off! clals One of the most important questions to be fils'ussed. he said, was the transportation problem that will j occupy the minds of railroad men dur ing fair time ( He said that national organi I rations hae already made arrange ments to hold national conventions in San Francisco during the exposition 1 1 year j Regarding the building procress on J the exposition site. Mr. Booth said f that heavy bonds hae been posted by the contractors to have all buildings a completed b June, 1914. in order that f the buildings may be ready for the exhibits. He said that millions of feet of lumber are on the ground and seeral of the buildings are now nr Ing completion although two months ago found all parties squabbllne foi space. The nature of the ground. hJ said, necessitated the foundations of buildings being laid upon piles driven into the former!; marsh formation H ; Deaths and Funerals I ft layman -Gottlieb Layman, aged 1 59 years, a resident of Ogdcn for man yearr i rinr to moving to Rex t burg. Idaho, died at the Dee hospital H in this city at 9 o'clock yeaterda) at ; M ternoon. He had suffered from kid- i HI nay trouble for the past several I , months and had been a patient at the local hospital during t&e past three I weeks. Born in Switzerland on December I 11. 1J53. Mr I-ayman rame to Utah I with his parents when a young man. j residing in Ogden until three years i ; ago, when he removed to Rexburg He was unmarried The surviving 1 relatives are the father. John Lay I man, three brothers. Adolpb and Will- lam Laman of Slaierville, and Her I man Layman of Ogden. and three 6is ters, Mte Nettle liudmon. Slaierrllle; Mrs Mary Bron, Ogden. and Mrs Betty Whiie Piano. Idaho, fl The body was removed to the Lind rjuist undertaking rooms, pending the arrangements for the funeral, which probably will be held in this city on Thursday i JOHNSTON Funeral services for Mrs May Johnston a ere held in the Second ward meeting house Saturo.i afternoon with Bishop Robert Mc I Quarrie officiatinc Mrs Mary Farley and Miss Irma Browning sang The I speakers were r y Mlddleton. Aaron ! Farr and George Shorten. I DONALDSON Funeral services for , William S. Donaldson were held yes terday afternoon in the Sixth ward meeting house with Bi6hop O W San derson officiating A quartet com posed of William Pickett. Joseph Mad son, Joseph Tracy and Gerard Klompi, san William S Wright gave a solo The speakers were Albert J Johnson. Joseph E. Wright. Albert E Foulger. E A Lark in and Bishop Sanderson Woodmen of the World attended In a body with the Woodmen band The ( plumbers of the city were also pres- ent. George S Burnham conducted , the ritual of the Woodmen in Ogden City cemetery HERRICK Funeral service for Iva ( E. Herrick were held yesterday af-ji ternoon In the Third ward meeting , house with Bishop W. D VanDyke of fleiating. The music was rendered by Miss 8tella Wright. Miss Darrel Dean and Mrs Bernice Erickson The speakers were W. W. Rawson. and Bishop Van Dyke The Interment was in Ogden City cemetery. CH R 1ST EN SEN Funeral service! for Nelle Christensen wll be held In the Seventh ward meetilng house at 2 p. m Tuesday, with Bishop M. L Jones officiating The remains may be viewed at the residence, 1 Can yon road this evening and tomorrow morning Interment will be In Ogden City cemetery. NEW WIRlG FOH II ELECTRIC SWITCH K'-.M Tbe Ogden Rapid Transit company ke men engaged today placing un dergvound wiring for an electric wj switch at the Intersection of Wash- Ington avenue and Twenty-fifth pH street. The underground wiring done. Jjj2 the lone pole of the car system In ggiA the center of the street on Twenty - HSg fifth street from Washington to Wall Hfetjf avenue, will be removed. The elec- 5gjw trie switch hag been in operation for ggjg some time but the wiring heretofore Wgg has extended to the switch down the i3S center pole. raw oo tam BEQUEST FOR YALE g9 Jersey City, N, J. Sept 16 The HW, trustees of the eetate of Mrs. Ella J. I McPherson, widow of John R Mc- PB P hereon, who was United States sen- gfflM alor from New Mexico for many flB years, have wound up its affairs and H8 have turned into the treasury of Yale -university $218,000 in securities, deeds to property estimated to be HH worth at least Sioo.OOfV This be- quest fa to be i sued for the benefit HH of the worthy and Indigent students. ' HER ROMANCE FADES .1 IN CIGARET SMOKE Lillian Bell Bogue. Lillian Bell Bogus, the Chicago authoress, is about to sue her hus band, Arthur Hoyt Bog-ue, for di vorce. Before the married she wrote an article saying no woman should wed a man under thirty-five. Then che turned ar.und and married a man of twenty-eight She was thirty-three. Mrs. cogue complains that her husbsiid is shiftless and lazy, and smces cigareta continu ously. r HUMTSVILLE CLUB COMPLAINS OF CHIME WIVE The board of ount ommissioners this morning had but little business outside if the routlpe uork and the session was short. Commissioner' Hunter was not present, being In the, east at this time selling mutton. The Huntsville Improvement dull directed a communication to the board calling attention to excessive viola Hons of the liquor laws in the valley and also to the fact that a number of thefts have occurred there during the year. The club suggests that the lo cal deputy sheriff at Huntsville be km en j salary thai he may d'Wote more time to hunting for violators of the law. The matter was referred to the sheriff and count attorney. County Celrk Samuel G Dye sub mitted the following report of receipt and disbursements for the last month. also snowing net oaiance in Angus' of last year and the road expenditures for the month: Balance on hand August 1. 1913 $3,298 SI Receipts. General lund $ 499.06 Poor fund 180.84 Salary fund 4,671.29 $5,351.10 $8,650.03 Disbursements. Saarly fund $1,206.01 Baalnce on hand. August 31. 1913 7.444.02 $8.650 03 $8,650.03 Balance on Hand General fund $2,977.66 Poor fund 353.20 Salary fund 4.113 10 $7,444 09 Warrants Outstanding General fund $52.968 62 Poor fund 3,547 18 Salary fund 1.672.9U $58,188 7'i Net Balance. General fund $49,990.96 Poor fund . . 3.193 92 Salary fund 2.440.20 $.S0. 744.6 Net Balance August. 1912. General $19,827.52 Poor fund 2 49 sr. Salary fund ... 971.42 121,346.96 August Road Expenditures. Farr West. $82.03: Harnsville, $ 90; Hooper. $593 75 Huntsville, $2175; Kanesvllle $70 65, Liberty. $15 60; Marriott. $9.00 ; North Ogden. $65.80; Plain City. $14 40; Pleasant View. $9175. Randall, $30 10. Riverdale. $1710; Slatervtlle. $48.75; Taylor. $168.25; Uintah, 626.00; Warren, $16.50, West Weber. 42.60 Wllsoa, $3.195 48; Oden Canyon, $62 59; Gen eral road epense $434 18, sprinkling roads. $1.070 81; total, $6,082.90. oo Learning the Language. A downtown dentist, who Is some what of an expert on the use of the mother tongue. Is tryinf to teach his little daughter to speak the English language correctly Not long ago the little girl came into the mom where her father was working He paneed and Introduced his small daughter to his patient, who asked the little one whether she had just corns from school. "Say Tea, thank you.' " said the father as the little girl hesitated. In a surprised manner she looked at her father and said: "8ay Tes, thank you,' when she asks me if I'vs come from school?" Wfcen He Quit. T you recall a funny Incident ef our parade last year?" asked a suf fragist of a newspaper man. The scribbler lied like a gentleman, and said that be saw nothing humorous about the 1912 demonstration "Well," said the apostle ef equal political rlhta, "we had to hire a few men to carry hasnera One ot these 'oppress ors picked up a guidon, took his pi see la line and started. He wu hooted Mid Jeered for several b looks, ud It flaally oeourred to him to turn his slan around and look at it It read: Men rote! Why shouldn't war He quit right there." New York Tribune LflOY GIVES POINTS TO MANY FRIENDS Wife of Salt Lake City Rail road Man Made Personal Teat of Plant Juice. Mrs Isora of Salt Lake City, wlfo Of A. If, l6om. a well known railroad man. both of whom make their home 1 at the Moxum hotel, in this city, has thoroughly tested Plant .lulce and has j somflfhlug to fa that all who are not I familiar with nw product should read Tes. I have tesied your Plant fulce and I am safe In sainK that it I? a grand, good proposition that evpryon who suffers with dyspepsia and nervousness, as I have, should by j all means take It relieved me quickly and effectually I havp never taken an thins that I recard so bene ( flcial as Plant Juice I am tcllinc ( all rav lad friends at tho hotel about i It, and wmc of thrni are going to I take it for Its tonic effects " There are few ppoplf. indeed, who do not find Immediate and lastinc re lief In the ii6e of Plant Juice When It enters the system it begins the work r.f cleansing, of dis-ohlnp and! Tadir-ntins N ' nM' porous I' will put new life, nrc and vim Into ! you Plant Juke Is an absolute Bps clflc for all derangements of the stomach, liver. kldnes and blood h will do vmi mom good than anything you have ever taken. For sale at the Mclntyre dm store, 2821 Wash ington avenue WORLDS MARKETS Wool St Louis. Sept 15. Wool Lower North and western medium ISQUi slight burry. 1516 l v . fine bum 14 llSc Sugar. New York. Sept 16 Sunar. Raw steady muscovado 3.26 centrlfu gal. $3 76. molasses. $3 01; rcflnel 'ad? . crushed. 15.50; granulated fine. $4.80; powdered. ?4 Kansas City Livestock. Kanf-as City, Sept 15 Hogs Rp ceipts 5000. Market five cents high er. Bulk $8.008.60; heavy. $7,903 8.30; packer and butchers, $8 00 fi 8.60; lights, $7.906 8.50; pigs, $5 756'; 7.25 Cattle Receipts 18,000. Market ! steady to 10 cents higher Pnmi' , fed steers. $8.6009.00; dressed beor Steers, $7. 5098. 50; western steers.' I64O08.15; southern steers. 15.25 C 8 60. cows, $4.0005.50; heifers. $4 7., 69 00; stockers and feeders. $6,266 8"". bulls. $4.5066-50; calves. ' 10 00 Sheep Receipts 12.000 Market strong Lambs, $5.76 07.50; year! Inge. $4.50 05.25; wethers, $4,256 4.85; ewes, $3.506 4.10. ' Omaha Livestock South Omaha. Sept 15. Cattle Receipts 9800 Market high Native steers, $7.2609.26; cows and honr-. 1 85.7507.26; western steers. $6,006 7.80; Texas steers. $5.5006.85; range cows and heifers, $5.5006.76; calrec $6 506 9-50 Hogs Receipts 2800. Market steady Hea. $7.70 07.95; hshts $7.9068-55; pigs. $6.00-5 8 00. bulk of sales. $7 8568-95 Sheep Receipts 37.000 Market steady. Yearlincs. $6 256 r' 76; wethers, $4.0064.75, lambs, $6 75 ''a 7 50. NEW YORK STOCK LIST Last Sale. Amalgamated Copper .... 7fc 5-S American Beet Sugar 29 P-8 American Cotton Oil . . 43 1 American Smelting & Refg ... 69 14 American Tel & Tel 131 Anaconda Mining Co 39 1 4 Atchison 96 1-4 Atlantic Coast Line 122 Baltimore & Ohio ... , 95 1-2 Brooklyn Rapid Transit . 90 Canadian Pacific 230 1-4 Chesapeake & Ohio ... 60 1 4 Chicago A- North Western . ll'r 7-8 Chicago. Mil. St Paul . 107 1-4 Colorado Fuel (t Iron 3:; L-2 Colorado & Southern 29 3 4 Delaware 1 Hudson 16u Denver & Rio Crande 20 1-2 Erie 30 1-8 General Electric 148 Great Northern pfd 128 it Great Northern Ore Ctfs 26 12 Illinois Central .... 1 1 1 Interborougb Met f, 14 InterborouglvMet pfd 82 S B Inter Harvester 110 3-4 LoulBvllle & Nashville 137 1-4 Missouri Pacific m ".-v Missouri, Kansas & Texas 23 Lehigh alley 157 National Lead 4S 14 New York Central 97 8-8 Norfolk Western 106 1-2 Northern Paclfn 114 Pennsylvania . 113 I S People's Gas 124 Puululman Palace Car 153 Reading 166 1-4 Rock Island Co 17 8-8 Rock Island Co pfd 27 M Southern Pacific 94 Southern Railway 24 7-8 Union Pacific 15K 7-8 United States Steel M 7 B United States Steel pfd ion 12 Wabash 4 12 Western Union 68 1-2 . nr At-Drudgery Club. Wx vomea In Ohlcago have organ ised a ekib to lessen household cares The ehib is the possessor of an elec tric vaeevm cleaner, ore electric wash tag machine two electric irons and a fan for drrtac the washing. The onlv dues ate those required for the up keep of these labor severs, and this ameent has been seelsaated o be about (tree eents a week. The initiation fee eoeslets ef the prtoe of the ap paratus dlvMed tnto six eqnal perta The members arrange tbelr work so that a snail bor may tahs the ap Pate aroaad to each to turn They Ht, lb on tMlxivOorUood so the Affair is eaattv srraaijed. Hear practi cal; bow eaailr the idea eoidd be ex panded to take la any number of hoosekseeers. what a hah K woald be In sorrtng the servant problem, saeriemn ctaa Woman. f INTEREST NOW CENTERS ON OUR DISPLAY gML OF NEW COATS AND SUITS K 'ttMr Women of discriminahng tastes in dress always look forward to ; I lF8t SOWing nCW weara'3'es an mten&e interest I It is a proved fact than wncn' 1 . ' cver 8e n our 8toc' 'f'?' quality of the workmanship and L y value of the material are un- I If you don't know this from experience find out now. J ! FJOUGHT WHISKEY IN Bill ID GOT DRUNK III OGDEN Judge W. H. Reeder had a capacity attendance during bis morning's po lice court grind Sunday and Satur day night drunks predominated but most of them were released on sue pended sentences. Kd Uranger and E N Hum. ti Bngham City boys, were fined $3 ca h .tfir pleading t; u 1 1 1 to being drunk on th- streets yesterday According to thnir stories, ihey had secured the whisky in Brigham and bad come to Ogden to drink it. Tracy Ludwlg. a miner, charged with rarrylng concealed weapons, was sentenced to serve ten days or pay $in. He becanip drunk Saturda and showed a revolver which resulted in bis arrest later. J MeCarty blew in from ihe South Fork dam to blow in some mon ey, ai i ordins to his story, and he blew Into Jail and police court as a ! rf-Biill He was fined $3 Thi- am fin.' 'mih c i x r n Ro Lan ton. who Immediately set up a veil i hat h3 did no! want to work on the streets. He said he would rather pick peaches or tomator-s He was led away still asking for a change In sentence by the desk sercant Edward Phillips. Henry Treman. E L. Power and J T. Duncan were given suspended sentences. Joe Kuhn and J t y.1p charsji i with petit larceny, forfeited 2S each by non-appearance. According lo the complaint, the two were charged with taking a lap-robe valued at $3 from M. Berrett. oo How to Core Stammering. Stammering Is due to a peculiarly nervous temperament, and only Terr sympathetic treatment oan effect a cure. In a child It should have Imme diate attentlfn and the first thing Is to Improve the little one's health by means of plenty of sleep, fresh air and good food Every day he shouM take deep breathing exercises In the open air. to strengthen the muscles of the throat, and counteract a spasmodic htblt of breathing Notice should be i taJcen of the sounds which the little stammerer has most trouble with, and sentences containing these sounds I should be composed for him to repeat each day very slowly and clearly He should be asked to read aloud ev ery day, and. what Is very Important, he should never be laughed at or scolded. oo Support for Kipling. Professor Dycbe, state came war den, aays 'the tomcat is the moet deadly enemy birds have.' A she-cat wlU catch three birds to a tomcat's one. The tomcat has sins enough to answer for without being accused !alsely "Sedan (Kan.) Times-Star. , Resourceful. I To the club they w r comparing the resourcefulness of their wives In difficult social situations The man who lives In a Harlem flat had been a good listener hut he finally found an opening Yes." said he "my wife Isn't bad st that sort of thing We were hav !ng some people to luncheon one ' Sunday last spring and just at an hour when all the delicatessens were closed ehe discovered that she needed some mustard and didn't hare a grain Of It In the kitchen And she Isn't I the sort that will borrow from peo ple neif door that she doetn know 1 It was a bad At all Hght But she j got mustard enough " Wen', to the delicatessen man's home and routed him out I suppose f" suggested a member from the Bronx "Not much Just went to the medi cine closet, got down a box of ready made mntard plasters, put em to soak and squeered enough of the hot stuff off " 5ood night." said the man from the Bronx New York Globe Cabbage Cigars a Reality. There would eeom to be no end to to the things that cen be smoked though many of them ran hardly be commended as substitutes for tobacco. Reports from the commissioners of inland revenue 6how that tobacco can be adulterated with things as far apart as molasses and lampblack Licorice and gum apparently smoke well and so do such leares as rhubarb, cabbage and chicory Then there are honey moss and treacle, to say noth log of sewieed and powdered wood Plan to Uee Electrlo Host Several towns In NorvjT any Swe den hare recently taken steps toward the general Introduction of electrlo heating, to replace the nee of stoves burning coal or wood Few buildings in these places have central heating systems, and the tile stoves now gen erally used oould easily be adapted to receive eleetrlc heaters. The elec tric current will be supplied by the public planta, which are generally run by water power -1 Tolerably Well The last pigtail has disappeared from the Chinese embassy In London! I It belonged to the majordomo of the Chinese ambassador, and it Is now oal Its way to China a a present to that functionary s wife A story Is going j the rounds that at an offlcui.1 reception I recently a member of the Chinese em-1 bassy was presented to a well known ! lady "We no talkee Chinee velly well," i she said "Never mind your ladyship," was the smooth reply. "I can coo verse tol erably well In English'" Sherlock Holmes Again. 8omebody wondered how long a eer tain woman who had just left the room . had been married ' About fifteen years,'' said tha )ew j eler. How do you know" asked his wlfa "You never saw her until to-night" "I can tell by the size 0f her wed ding ring.' the jeweler replied. Ths width of wedding rings changes about every Avp years The kind sbs wstXI was In style 16 years ago. ' i "I Am lor Utah" Marshall T. Jamison "The Insurance Man" I have severed my connection with the I Inter-Mountain Agency, which is now controlled by Salt Lake people. j Patronize Ogden My new location is the Peery-Hudson Bldg., Hudson Avenue and Twenty-fifth ; St. I represent the Old Fidelity-Phoenix I Fire Insurance Company of N. Y., and I other companies ! iH